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27 responses to “Will LSU be able to field a basketball team next season?”

  1. Catcasey1

    Get what u pay for

    1. trumpetguy

      Perhaps a long distance call to Greece for advice is in order……..

    2. mashburnfan1

      Maybe Cal can beat LSU next year with his 8 all americans vs their 3 three star guys. SEC looks to be powerful again, NOT. UT was good but losing quite a bit and we get new teams every year. Still think we have a title shot at this time but as always we have to wait and see who returns and if the FR are any good or just over hyped and over rated like the past couple of classes.

    3. Miller45

      You get caught trying to cheat and everyone is going to beat you as bad as they can on principle

    4. chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door

      ^^^Thanks Duke/UL fan.

  2. Cats Football First

    You do know that declaring for the draft doesn’t necessarily mean they can’t come back, right?

    1. StillBP

      I bet he had no idea. Good thing you are here to help.

    2. Bobbum Man

      Boom roasted


      I’d wager that they’ve all announced their intentions to leave so early, because they’re hearing/seeing things that tell them their coach is gone, and they would likely be coming back to a program on probation. #THEYGONE

    4. nocode96

      Yeah, jack pilgrim, the guy who gets paid to write about college basketball, has no idea of the very widely known and understood rule concerning this. To piggyback on BP, thank goodness you’re here. Hopefully he reads your comment.

    5. chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door

      Lol at BP!

    6. babbus

      I agree, pretty misleading to not put in there these kids can come back. To all these people ridiculing your comment, kind of a waste of an article if 5 of the guys leaving can come back

  3. ScottGreene22

    Probably not a very good team. First place to last place


      That “1st place” will likely have an * next to it…or be vacated altogether… and then it will be last-to-last.


    Regardless of any impact on the SEC, I hope LSU gets hammered for this, and Wade is hit with a 5-10 yr min. ban from the NCAA. If KU, UNCheat, Duke, Arizona and others are getting away with it, some other school will likely have to get close to what UofL got, to “send a message”. If the NCAA sits back and lets all of the FBI stuff play out, and hopes it will just go away without having to make the “tough decisions”, it will only hurt them long-term.

    1. TB112162

      UL hasn’t gotten anything there probation. Was for the prostitution stuff.They just heard from the NCAA on the pay for play stuff

  5. Smyrna_Cat

    Pitino would fit right it.


      He certainly would be right at home in a swamp.

    2. nocode96

      He’d certainly fit in, but he’d bounce as soon as things got exciting, probs after like 7 seconds or so.

  6. jsuge20

    And back to the bottom you go

  7. shelby

    Wow; and the ncaa hasn’t even started yet. It may take 10 yrs for LSU to recover.

  8. Racerr11

    I’d say there all leaving because they were paid and are illegal players.

  9. makeitstop

    As NASA once said, stating the obvious, “obviously a major malfunction.” Wow. That program just disintegrated.

  10. truebluefootballfan

    Attention all students: We will be holding an open tryout for the men’s basketball program in the gym

    1. friendsofcoal

      Too funny!

  11. dctawk

    We were there once

  12. Miller45

    Will wade always rubbed me the wrong way, everything he says is snide and condescending, he whines and throws temper tantrums almost as often as sean Miller. Looks like a middle school choir teacher too